Penspinning is a very fun way to annoy your teachers and/or waste time and/or look impressive :)
That was a lot of "and/or"s but oh well. That guy up there says that most people learn from the Universal Pen Spinning Board (which would be right here: http://forum.upsb.info/). Looking around their website, I have noticed a few links to KTrinh93 on Youtube. http://www.youtube.com/user/KTrinh93
He has good tutorials, so if you really want to learn how to penspin, you should probably look at his tutorials :D
The fundamentals of penspinning are sonic, charge, thumbaround, and fingerpass.
Personally, I find that fingerpass was the easiest to learn because you are merely manipulating your fingers.
Here are the tutorials:
- Sonic: http://bit.ly/FOrOeJ By the way, this takes a really long time to learn
- Charge: http://bit.ly/FOgcwm
- Thumbaround: http://bit.ly/wJ4mv5
- Fingerpass: http://bit.ly/FOqnwF
Seeing as this post has nothing to do with books, I might as well finish my post :)
I hope you end up trying pen spinning, its really fun :D
This is me being boring and annoying my friends by spinning (they were afraid I was going to hurt myself. Pfft. No trust at all XD)